For Schools, By Schools

Missouri Educators Unified Health Plan (MEUHP)
Unified for Strength, Stability & Service
Tom Quinn, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer
800-821-7303 ext 1179

MEUHP Member Districts find that Wellness Pays!


Above: The Excelsior Springs School District Wellness committee accepts a $6,740 check from Cigna for their wellness efforts.
Below:  Monett School District retiring superintendent Dr. Brad Hanson (second from left) and Patty Bounous, Wellness Ambassador, accept a check from Cigna for $5,820.


Below:  Travis Moore, Pettis County R-XII Superintendent, accepts a check from Cigna for $700.

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Below:  Green Ridge R-VIII Superintendent, Dr. Jamie Burkhart, (center) accepts a $1,020 check for their wellness efforts!


Below: Ethan Sickles, Rock Port R-II Superintendent, accepts $900 for the wellness committee at Rock Port R-II School District.

Below Tarkio R-I Superintendent Karma Coleman (second from left) and Wellness Ambassador Janene McEnaney (third from left) accept a $1,260 check from Cigna for their wellness efforts.


Below:  Cole Camp Payroll Administrator Leila Metzner (second from left) and Superintendent Tim Roling (third from left) accept $1,780 for their wellness efforts.


Lincoln School District Wellness Ambassador Michelle Smith (second from left) and Superintendent Kevin Smith (third from left) accept a check for $1,480.


Johnson County / Crest Ridge Superintendent Brett Gray and Wellness Ambassador Jennifer Everhart (right) accept $1,200 for their wellness efforts.


Below: Sweet Springs Superintendent Lori Price and Wellness Ambassador Leigh Hartley accept an $1,120 check from Cigna for completing the wellness program.


Below:  Drexel Superintendent, Terry Mayfield, and Wellness Ambassador, Darrah Munter (right) accept $1,040 for their wellness efforts.


Below:  The employees from Livingston County R-III in Chula Missouri accept a $320 check from Cigna for their wellness efforts.

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Sherwood Cass Superintendent (second from left) Dr. Steve Ritter, Janet Orr, Megan Turner and Glenda Marconett accept a check for $2,220 for their wellness efforts.



Dunklin Superintendent Stan Stratton and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Clint Freeman accept a check for $4,200 for their wellness efforts



Our goals are:

  • To promote fair and stable health insurance rates for our members while maintaining quality health benefits and services.
  • To offer our members a variety of traditional and consumer driven health insurance benefit options.
  • To increase our membership to help spread risk and increase economies of scale.
  • To help our members achieve these goals, the MEUHP includes: Statewide and district level "safeguards" for large claim pooling for stability.
  • One large plan for administrative efficiencies.
  • Broad selection of a variety of plans, including HSAs and PPOs.
  • Multiple Health Savings Account options.
  • District flexibility to choose up to eight plans with wellness incentives and resources.
  • State and nationwide provider network.
  • Retiree medical plan resources and education.
  • Professional administration, service and education.
  • Superintendent (Elected Board of Directors) supervision and decision making.